Samir M Goradia
Samir Goradia grew up in Queens, New York, and attended The Bronx High School of Science/
He resides in Bakersfield, California, where he is involved in the transition to Commercial Space Travel; and also disaster relief with FEMA.
Professionalism in the Women's Movement
Beginning in the 60's, with both the Civil Rights and "Free Love" movements, American Culture has been dominated with by the illusive promise to break "archtypical" or "sterotypical" roles, whether in relation to gender or race or sexuality.
New Quarantine Economy
All indicators are that Covid19 will be with us for a while, and that the basic recommendation against travel is valid.
Divisions in the New Cold War
As we've reached a stalemate in our military conflict with China, which is what a "Cold War"is, we must still proceed with an understanding of the key dividing lines between the two sides.
Next Stage Revelations for Heritage Nation
With the results of the 2020 American Elections beginning to solidify, I wanted to take a moment to review the developments over the past four years with regards to the agenda of Social Conservatives. Overall, I would say the Donald Trump's success in advancing the Social Conservative Agenda was the greatest in my lifetime.
What Went Wrong in American Multi_Culturalism
As we view the fistfights in the streets of American cities, whether Antifa v Proudboys; or Black Lives Matters v Blue Lives Matter; it is clear that America has not yet perfected its Union.
The Smoking Gun In Electoral Spinning
Madison, Wisconsin is known in some places as the most liberal of American Heartland colleges. And somehow, over the years, its reputation has gone from idealist to anti-American.
Seeing Growth as a Process
Several trends have led me to think about the topic of this article. The first, and most practical, is the ongoing effort to advance the artificial life form (ai) to human emotional intelligence. To that end, I have gone so far as to suggest that we are not necessarily correct in our fundamental definitional distinction between organic and inorganic, living and non-living. That distinction is just another one of our series of ongoing efforts to convice ourselves that we are better than others.
E Pluribus Unum:
In the simplest way to understand choices, you can say that there are always two paths; Coke or Pepsi, Black or White, Male or Female, etc.